Stayed here during the Pushkar Fair in November 2015. The "camp" is located slightly outside the main town, and is set in a large sandy patch with about 40 tents. There is a large main tent where people hang out and also eat. The tents are not basic but not luxe either. They consist of a thin canvas fabric, which means it gets really cold at night in the desert, especially in the winter time. There s electricity available all night but it can be a bit dim, given the low wattage bulbs. The beds are 2 single beds which can be pushed together...they are comfortable enough, but don't go expecting a fat mattress. There was enough space to even fit a 3rd bed in the tent, for our young daughter. The attached bathroom is also quite basic, but everything works and it is clean and easy to use. The management provide a heater for the cold nights, which makes the tent warm enough to sleep. By way of comparison, we stayed at the more permanent tents of the same Jodhana Heritage group in Jaisalmer some years back and that was a great experience...those had large safari style tents and even coolers in the rooms. This is a bit disappointing for the price. The food consists of a buffet during meal times. The food choices are quite standard Indian vegetarian, although tasty. There was usually a Western option like a casserole or pasta as well usually. Breakfast was quite substantial and they do serve eggs as well. The food is all vegetarian given that we are in a temple town. The service is good and tries hard...although they are a bit handicapped by the lack of amenities. A simple thing like ice was not readily available....but the staff did manage to arrange some in a short time. Again, it's a bit disappointing. One point to note is that the tents are about 2-3km away from the town, so it's best to keep your car/driver with you during the length of the stay. Else it can be a bit of a problem getting back and forth between the camp and the fairgrounds/town. The staff did drop us into town a couple of times in their house jeep, but it's best to have your own transport. I think a complimentary shuttle in to town would have been nice. The pricing for tourist attractions like the camel carts and camel rides is quite steep...so it's better to set up your own rides once you get into the town. There is a free tribal dance cultural event every evening...it's fun to watch for one night before sitting down to dinner. Another issue was the constant music during the evenings...which ran well into the early morning. Staff says that the neighboring villagers play devotional songs as part of the festival...however most of it was really just Bollywood numbers. This would have driven me crazy, had I not brought along my earplugs...so beware light sleepers. This is the case at every hotel/camp though. Overall it's a decent set up, especially given the tourist glut during the fair...but how it doesn't feel like good value...I would expect significantly better lodgings for the price. The rating would have been lower, if not for the great staff.